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I don't know. Doesn't shaving leave the skin a bit sensitive right afterward? I would think that applying AHA right after a fresh shave could potentially be pretty painful.

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I have switched to only using the AHA as an aftershave. I used to suffer bad razor burn on my neck, so bad that I stopped shaving with a razor and only trimmed with a beard trimmer every few days. Had a permanent 5o'clock shadow :) Since using the AHA as an aftershave, I rarely get any razor burn at all. It burned like hell at first, but I got used to it.




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